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CBS
Feb 25, 2010 4:30am EST
that will be broadcast live. >>> shock at seaworld. a guy and killer whale drown as veteran trainer. >> grabbed her, started thrashing around. and he was thrashing her around pretty good. it was violent. >>> and another blast. a second winter storm in as many days is ready to pound the northeast with heavy snow and strong winds. this is the c"cbs morning news" for thursday, february 25th, this is the c"cbs morning news" for thursday, february 25th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm michelle gielan. this morning president obama hosts a high risk televised debate on reforming health care. the stakes are high not just for the future of health care, but politically, as well. 40 high ranking members of congress will attend and some lawmakers are already saying an agreement will be be impossible to reach. tara mergener is in washington with details. good morning, tara. >> reporter: well, by most account, expectations are very low for actually breaking this impasse. but the president is determined to try. republicans are holding out little hope for compromise at t
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 1:00am EST
at seaworld is not the first death or the second. so why did seaworld keep him? jack hanna joins us. >>> and later "360" m.d. sanjay gupta takes us through the operating room item by high-priced item. president obama is talking health care reform tomorrow but can his plan or anyone's bring down the cost? people go to the aquarium to be amazed, entertained, but today, visitors at seaworld orlando were horrified by what they saw. they watched a woman die. in a moment, we will speak with someone who was in the crowd when it happened. you will also hear from the animal's trainer, as well as jack hanna on what should happen next. but first, the deadly incident. randi kaye reports it wasn't the first time, it was the third. >> reporter: she never had a chance. a 40-year-old female trainer in the jaws of a 22-foot-long orca whael. >> she apparently slipped or fell into the tank and was fatally injured by one of the whales. >> reporter: it happened at about 2:00 this afternoon at seaworld in orlando, florida, but exactly what happened is still unclear. seaworld says senior trainer dawn bran
CBS
Feb 25, 2010 6:30pm EST
with a former seaworld employee who knew the whale well. switching sides-- questionable ties between toyota and the federal agency that's charged with regulating it. and american olympians draw real inspiration-- >> this is your time! >> couric: ...from a pint-sized imitation. >> this is your time! captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. anyone tuning in to daytime television today saw something unprecedented-- the president and members of congress holding a summit before live cameras on a major piece of legislation, health care reform. but it was less negotiating than speech making, and as new as this was, you might have gotten the feeling you'd heard it all before. republicans said let's start from scrasm. democrats said forget it. so where do they go from here? we have extensive coverage tonight, beginning with our chief white house correspondent chip reid. and, chip, the chances of both sides meeting halfway and singing kumbaya were pretty slim from the get-go. >> repor
HLN
Feb 25, 2010 12:00pm EST
brancheau was one of the most experienced train terse orlando seaworld theme park. her death is such a shock to her co-workers and to the park visitors who witnessed it yesterday. seaworld has canceled all killer whale performances at its florida and california parks a killer whale named tilikum dragged brancheau under the water during an afternoon performance in the shamu stadium. the trainer's sister said she had been fascinated with whales since a childhood trip to seaworld. >> when you talk to her about the whales, you thought you were talking to her about her children. she talked about who was acting up and not behaving. she loved them to death. >> seaworld is trying to determine why it turned on its trainer. it was a 12,000-pound mammal and it was involved in the death to at a canadian theme park in 1991. and a man who sneaked past seaworld security died in tilikum's tank. several people witnessed yesterday's events, including park visitors who were hanging around the whale tank after the show. >> took off really fast and then he came back around to the glass, jumped up and grabbed the
CNN
Feb 27, 2010 1:00am EST
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CBS
Feb 25, 2010 7:00pm EST
-orlando, florida, seaworld reopened today but the whale shows are suspend indefinitely while the company reviews safety procedures after a whale killed a trainer yesterday. what cooch caused the attack? kelly cobiella spoke exclusively with a former seaworld worker. >> reporter: trainer dawn brancheau understood the power of seaworld's biggest killer whale better than most. she worked with tilikum for more than 10 years. yet, on wednesday, as she stood knee deep in water, rubbing the massive animal's head as a reward for a good training session, he turned on her. >> she was leaning over his head, and she had a ponytail, and the ponytail, he probably sensed it against his face, and he grabbed it. >> reporter: and he would not let go. trainers had to coax the killer whale into this medical pool, nearly a football field's length from where the attack happened, and lift him from the water to pry her free. an autopsy showed bran show died from multiple dramatic injuries and drowning, a brutal end for a woman who had a passion for killers whales. she grew up in indiana and discovered killer whales on
FOX
Feb 27, 2010 6:00pm EST
walled, a major development. what has changed at seaworld and why people who wanted to see the orca show won't be disappointed. >>> an arlington woman snatched off the street in front of her friend. police want you to be alert. >>> metro rides rates go up tomorrow but that is probably not the end of the hike. stick around. we are back right after this.  >>> a warning tonight for people in arlington after a woman was snatched away from her friend and went missing for hours. the woman was walking with her friend in the 600 block of north wakefield street around 4:00 this morning. she was found a few hours later and taken to a hospital. we don't know the nature of her injuries. we are told she did not know the person who grabbed her and that has police concerned. >> we do ask that people are careful in walking late at night. while we -- while the suspect is still on the loose. >> the victim's name has not been released but we do know she is 23 years old. >>> a pair of planes were involved in a minor collision on the ground at reagan national today. two u.s. a
HLN
Feb 26, 2010 12:00pm EST
. that is a family in pain. >>> we're about to hear from seaworld officials in orlando. just about an hour from now. they're going to talk about their response to that trainer's death in front of a live audience. a lot of people want to know what they're going to do with the killer whale that thrashed dawn brancheau to death and if they plan to keep the hotly debated whale program. take a look at this tourist video taken moments before brancheau was killed. you can see she is feeding tili. notice how she is flicking her ponytail. seconds later, tili grabbed her by her ponytail and mauled her to death in the water. keep it here for live coverage. >>> it's probably safe to say people in the northeast are sick of snow. they're getting hammered by their third storm of the month. for more, let's go to our meteorologist. in our morning meeting, one of our producers said that her friend said the weather was hurting her feelings now she was so sick of it. >> i can understand that, actually. >> yes. >> because it's relentless. it doesn't stop. every week we have a brand new snowstorm. right now many of you
CNN
Feb 26, 2010 12:00am EST
brandcheau died from multiple traumatic injuries and drowning yesterday after one of seaworld's killer whales pulled her into a pool behind shamu stadium. according to the sheriff's office, all evidence and witness statements indicates her death was a tragic accident. bob barker, jack hanna with us. let's go to julie scardina, animal ambassador for seaworld and busch gardens. she knew dawn brandcheau very well. what, if anything, can the seaworld attraction do about this, julie? >> well, right now we're obviously concentrating on, you know, sending our thoughts and prayers and any support that dawn's family needs to them. and we're sending our deepest sympathies to them, of course. on top of that we're doing an investigation into exactly what happened so that we can determine what steps to take next. >> larry: is seaworld closed? >> no. seaworld is open, although we're not doing the shamu shows currently right now. >> larry: do you think it will be a while before they come back? >> well, that's hard for me to determine right now. certainly it's going to depend on, you know, what is found and
ABC
Feb 25, 2010 3:05am EST
scene at seaworld in orlando. an animal trainer was snatched from a poolside platform by a giant whale and drowned. >> it was the third time this particular whale has been involved in the death of a human. our orlando affiliate wftv has more on the story. >> reporter: those attending a noontime show at seaworld's famed shamu stadium left distraught and horrified after one of the whales attacked and killed one of the park's veteran trainers. according to seaworld, 40-year-old dawn brancheau, seen here in a 2005 photo hugging an orca, was petting the whale when she was grabbed by the waist, pulled into the water, and violently thrashed about. >> they just shut the show down right away. >> reporter: the killer whale, 30-year-old tilikum, or tilly, is known for his violent past. in 1991 at a canadian park, the six-ton bull was one of three orcas blamed for killing a trainer who lost her balance and fell into the pool with them. steve huckster, who was in charge of animal care and training there, said tilly was never expected to be a show animal. >> the incident in victoria where the young
ABC
Feb 27, 2010 7:00am EST
nor the white house. >>> and the show goes on. seaworld resumes its popular orca shows three days after a tragedy took the life of a trainer. protesters are calling for the whales to be set free and shows to be shut down. >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is saturday, february 27th. we want to get right to that breaking news out of chile. overnight, a massive, magnitude 8.8 earthquake hit that country. 64-times stronger that quake than the quake that hit haiti last month. but it was not as deep as the haiti quake. >> not as shallow. >> it was deeper, excuse me. and also, buildings there are built to withstand earthquakes, which makes a big difference. >> exactly. they're very used to seismic activity there. it seems like the death count will be much, much lower than haiti. the body count now in the dozens. but that, of course, could change. they're just assessing the damage now. give you a sense, here's a map. that stripf a nation between the andes and the pacific. the capital city is 200 miles away. but we're hearing of collapsed buildings. power lines out. the tarma
ABC
Feb 27, 2010 8:00am EST
? and what does her departure mean for the white house? >>> and the show goes on. seaworld resumes its popular orca shows three days after the tragedy that took the life of a trainer. but even with new rules in place, protesters are calling for the whales to be set free and shows to be shut down. >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is saturday, february 27th. and we want to right away get to the breaking news out of chile. a massive magnitude 8.8 earthquake hit that country at 3:30 a.m. local time. and just to put in perspective of how large a quake that is, 64-times stronger than the quake that hit haiti last month. but big caveat, it was deeper than that quake. and the buildings in chile are built with earthquake standards. >> very familiar with seismic activity. the death toll should be nowhere near that of haiti. it is close to 100. but that could change as they awake and assess the damage. the quake was centered near the city of concepcion. the nation is a strip between the andes and the pacific. they felt that quake in the capital of santiago, nearly 200 miles away. ho
CBS
Feb 25, 2010 7:00am EST
have a great day. we will see you at nine. >>> a shocking death at seaworld as a killer whale grabs a veteran trainer in front of horrified spectators. >> it shot off like a rocket and then he came back up, bobbed up and then he had somebody in his mouth. >> we'll talk with an eyewitness and bring you the latest. >>> showdown over health care as president obama and republicans sit down for a much anticipated summit. but will it be more about politics than policy? we'll hear from both sides. >>> a huge winter storm gathers strength and heads up the east coast bringing massive amounts of snow and hurricane force wind gusts. we'll bring you the latest. >>> and we get ready to jump down the rabbit hole with "alice in wonderland" star johnny depp. >> my boy's seven and my daughter's ten and they both went crazy. loved it. >> we sit down with the star early this thursday morning >> we sit down with the star early this thursday morning february 25th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> good thursday morning. it is wret, it is snowy and so it begins. good morning and welcome to "the early sh
CNN
Feb 26, 2010 10:00pm EST
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ABC
Feb 24, 2010 11:35pm EST
>>> tonight on "nightline," seaworld shock. a trainer dead after this killer whale attacked in a horrified crowd looked on. it's not the first time this animal or others in captivity have gone wild. we'll have the latest. >>> and, the dave ramsey way. his personal finance for the common man, inspired by a faith in god and informed by his own business failures. in his seven simple rules keep you out of debt? >>> plus, a snow hurricane? that's what they're calling the latest winter blast, an unprecedented storm with high winds, blooding for some. feet of snow for others. why this old man winter just won't let up. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, martin bashir and cynthia mcfadden in new york city, this is "nightline," february 24th, 2010. >> good evening. we begin tonight in a place typically filled with spectator applause, replaced today by gasps of horror when a 22 foot killer whale fatality attacked his seaworld trainer. the park, a few hours ago identified dawn brancheau as the victim, confirming she was pulled into the water by the gi
FOX News
Feb 27, 2010 7:00pm EST
was killed by a whale at seaworld, the park's main attraction reopens with big changes for the seaworld staff. >> i am so proud of the trainers and the job we do as trainers, it makes me so proud about what we do here. >> julie: much, much more on this breaking news for you. a day of deadly natural disasters. with one triggering fears of further devastation in other parts of the world, including the united states. the latest destruction coming in argentina. a 6.0 magnitude earthquake there killing two people including a small boy in the country's northwest mountainous region. hours before one of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded anywhere hit another south american neighbor chile. right now that stunned nation experiencing fresh aftershocks after the 8.8 magnitude hit, while most of the country slept. right now, the death toll stands at 214 victims, but the number has been rising throughout the day and it's still expected to climb. it was one of the biggest quakes ever recorded. according to the u.s. geological survey, there have been at least 66 aftershocks with a magnitude of 5.0 o
MSNBC
Feb 26, 2010 12:00pm EST
. >>> and within the hour, seaworld will explain what it's decided to do with the 12,000-pound killer whale that killed its trainer. jack hanna weighs in. >>> let's begin with breaking news come ing to us from oklahoma, where it appears that police are on the scene, looking for a report of a gunman at oklahoma city community college in oklahoma city. the operator at the college says the school is now on lockdown and the hunt is on for a gunman. the details at this hour, sketchy. but we are looking for more information from the police there in oklahoma city. when we get that, we'll pass it along to you, about the community college there. >>> on this noon hour on the east coast here, the winter weather is whipping through the northeastern states, hurricane-force winds, 91 miles an hour in portsmouth, new hampshire. and they're operating on a generator at this point. the size of this storm stretching from new jersey throughout new england, almost a quarter of maine's population is without electricity today. the governor has declared a state of emergency to make it easier for crews to restore p
ABC
Feb 25, 2010 4:30am EST
. a whale known to be violent attacks, with seaworld visitors watching. >>> and here we snow again. the northeast the bull's eye with another winter blast that promises to mess with travel nationwide. >> it's february 25th, 2010. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us on this thursday. heavy-hitters from both parties get together to see what, if anything, is possible, when it comes to changing the nation's health care system. >> a couple things are for sure. democrats and republicans know there is a lot at stake. and neither seems ready to give an inch. viviana hurtado is in washington with more. >> reporter: good morning. the parties agreed to change the table from a "u" shape to a square table to fit everyone. but the question is, can they agree on health care reform? today's health care reform summit at blare house with members of both parties, is supposed to be about reaching a truce. instead, each side has drawn battle lines. the president wants to cover more than 31 million insured. it includes cuts to medicare, some increases. to move the bill forward, mr. obama is tryin
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 12:00am EST
today. he'll answer yours tonight. and then a killer whale at orlando's seaworld attacks and kills a handler. that's not the first time the six-ton o rca turned on a trainer. why was it allowed to happen again? next on "larry king live." good evening. and a very special welcome to our international viewers as well. akio toyoda is the president and ceo of the toyota motor company. he's the grandson of toyota's founder. he testified before a congressional committee today about defects in toyota products. if you've got a question, by the way, send it in to our facebook page, facebook.com/cnnlarrykinglive, or tweet us at king's things. we thank mr. toyoda for joining us. by the way, at the hearing today, the interpretation had delays. we have simultaneous interpretation tonight. mr. toyoda, by the way, you spoke english well in the opening statement. why do you prefer that we do it through an interpreter? >> translator: it is because i was given the opportunity to speak at the hearing, and i wanted to convey that we are working very hard to regain the customers' trust, and i wanted to
MSNBC
Feb 26, 2010 10:00am EST
and tim kaine. we're expecting a new report on the death of the trainer at seaworld. and jack hanna will weigh in on the whale that was involved. the latest incident is the third death linked to this whale. >> amazing. americans are soaring in the homestretch of the winter olympics in vancouver. we're going to begin with one of the most remarkable winter storms the northeast has seen in years. the snow has been wet and heavy. that's not unusual. but the winds have been brutal, topping 60 miles per hour. yes, 60 miles an hour in the midst of a snowstorm. the rare combination prompted the closure of roads and highways across the new york area. and for commuters trying to venture out, the driving conditions have been extremely treacherous. >> plows haven't been able to get a break. they have been continuously plowing and the snow is coming down so fast that they can't keep up with it. >> in new york city, a man was killed yesterday in central park by a snow covered tree branch that snapped and fell. and there are three deaths in the new york area blamed on the storm. >>> travel across
MSNBC
Feb 26, 2010 10:00pm EST
? >>> plus, the latest on the deadly attack at seaworld. what got into the killer whale that turned on his trainer? >> he's a special animal that required special handling. >>> and bill o'reilly says sarah palin wants to run in 2012, but has a lot to learn. >> sarah palin needs to go to college, political college, world affairs college. and she is. >> at fox news university, to be exact, with dean ales. at the helm. we'll have the latest on palin's independent study with professor beck. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> we just don't get it. >>> good evening from los angeles. i'm lawrence o'donnell in for keith olbermann. if president obama had been hoping to reach bipartisan agreement on reform at yesterday's health care summit at blair house in washington, it appears he did. but only concerning one point. that republicans and democrats seem as deeply entrenched in their respective positions as ever. if not more so. senate republicans have claimed victory in the wake of the summit. at a fund-raiser last night, minority leader mitch mcconnell declared, quote, health care i
FOX
Feb 27, 2010 10:00pm EST
.  >>> moving tribute ends a period of mourning in seaworld. it's been three days since the killer whale grabbed a trainer and drown her. in light of the accident, trainers are taking extra precautions and late today they will announce the killer whale will be back in the show. here is more on the performance and how seaworld is moving forward. >> reporter: four days after the death of a seaworld trainer the killer whale show was back up and running today. first show since wednesday's attack included a tribute to dawn brancheau. there is a lot of talk when sham iew stadium would re-open. seaworld felt three full days without the wowrld famous killer whale show was long enough. seaworld said this was the pretty much a regular show except that the trainers would not be getting in the wattworth killer whales. seaworld had a lot of security and small army of public relations peep trying to manage everything. seaworld's own production company made the video. we don't know if the family was here for the tribute but they had put out statements through seaworld that dawn knew the risks but she also knew
CNN
Feb 26, 2010 1:00pm EST
to christine romans. i'm sorry, we've been waiting on this -- on this press conference from seaworld. let's go there right now to orlando, florida, this is the president and ceo speaking. >> this has been an extraordinarily difficult time for all of us here at seaworld, but the grief we're experiencing cannot compare to that of dawn's family. our thoughts and prayers are with her husband, scott, and all those closest to her. i'd like to begin by announcing that we are in the process of creating, with dawn's family, the dawn brancheau memorial charitable foundation, a trust to support the causes she was so passionate about. we will give you details on this trust after today's events. i'll speak briefly today, providing details of our preliminary findings of wednesday's incident and the immediate alterations we've made to the protocols that guide our interaction with tilikum. in light of some of the speculation we've seen in the press coverage over the past few days, it's important that i again stress that we provide the highest standard of care and no animal is ever subject to punishment in any
NBC
Feb 25, 2010 6:30pm EST
a while. the final moments of the trainer who lost her life to a killer whale at seaworld. and now the questions begin. >>> and the contender, the american figure skater making a name for herself on and off the ice, and she's all of 17. >>> "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. if you were so inclined, you could have spent your whole day watching live television coverage of a health care summit from washington. it featured around one table and in one room the president of the united states and leaders of congress from both parties. the white house pushed for it because they feel their man, the president, is good at this sort of thing. and while it was a live tv show, it also may have a big impact on the future of health care for every american or things could keep going the way they have been. we begin our coverage tonight with our white house correspondent savannah guthrie. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. leading up to this summit, senior aides here said they didn't expect it to change everything. the question to
ABC
Feb 27, 2010 6:30pm EST
. an extraordinary moment today at seaworld as the whales performed for the first time since that trainer's horrific death. as voices grow tonight, should the whales be performing at all? >>> and heavy metal in vancouver. the u.s. team shatters their all-time record. tonight, our list of the five things y missed at the winter games. >>> and good evening tonight from vancouver. where the u.s. olympic team has made history here at this weekend. we'll get to that a bit later in the broadcast. >>> but we're going to begin withhat major headline around the world. that massive earthquake in chile. here are the numbers -- 8.8. one of the strongest ever on record. more than 200 have been killed. so far no reports of any americans. and the tsunami triggered is now racing across the pacific. traveling at the speed of jet liner. it did hit hawaii not long ago. warnings and advisories have been posted. up and down the west coast. in fact right here in vancouver where they are expecting strong currents. but we start with the earthquake itself that struck in chile as many people there were asleep. it struck 3:40
NBC
Feb 24, 2010 11:30pm EST
roads tricky my morning. >> a whale kills a trainer at seaworld. >> alex ovechkin with an injury at vancouver. good evening, i'm doreen gentzler. >> i'm jim vance. the storm here won't be much, but coupled with a separate nor'easter, it's prompted airlines to cancel flights in and out of washington tomorrow. let's go up to t storm center to get the word from bob. >> our temperatures, as you can see, well above freezing. in washington, 41 degrees. there are 30s, but even out in the shenandoah valley, temperatures are above freezing. officially we are still under a winter weather advisory. you can see some precipitation. there will be snow mixing in as we get later into tonight. i do note see anything. as a matter of fact, i'm seeing less and less of anything that will be of any concn. in the delmarva because the storm will be well offshore, that's where the moisture will be and the largest threat is for anything in the way of significant snow. it could be five, six inches of snow spreading up into new york. any folks that have drive up around i-95. last night i was skeptical of t
CBS
Feb 25, 2010 7:00pm EST
and the signal lights are going out. >> now, the latest update on the deadly attack at seaworld. an autopsy shows that dawn brancheau died of drowning and what they are calling multiple injuries. the veteran trainer was attacked by a 12,000 pound killer whale named tilikum during the show yesterday. >> we need to talk about what we can do to still maintain them and take care of them? and you know, we still need to physically and mentally stimulate them. in the collection of the killer whales. >> witnesses say that the whale grabbed them by the ponytail, dragged her from the platform of the pool and shook her around. seaworld suspended their killer whale show in san diego and that will go on indefinitely. >>> president obama plans to move ahead on health care reform with or without the gop. and that comment at the end of the day long bipartisan summit on the issue. >> we cannot have another year long debate about this. is there enough serious effort that in a month's time or a few weeks time, or six weeks time, we could actually resolve something? and if we can't, then i think we need to go ahead
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 7:44pm EST
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HLN
Feb 28, 2010 5:00pm EST
the power is back on. >>> hundreds of people packed seaworld stadium for the first killer whale show since a trainer was killed by one of the orcas. a 12,000-pound orca grabbed trainer dawn brancheau by her ponytail wednesday and dragged her under water. emotions ran high as seaworld paid tribute to brancheau. >> i think it was great that they've moved forward. i wish they said more about it and what happened and what was going to happen. because everyone was there was anxious and curious about what the future was. >> wasn't a happy atmosphere. we all stood up for the remembrance and we cheered the trainers. >> seaworld trainers are not being allowed back in the water with the animals until seaworld finishes reviewing what happened. >>> complete strangers helped a florida deputy save two children whose mother allegedly tried to drown them. investigators say when the deputy responded to a single car crash, the mother got out of the car holding her two kids and headed for a retention pond. police say that she then jumped into the water and held the children down, and that's when two passersb
MSNBC
Feb 26, 2010 1:00pm EST
the administration plan to ram through its legislation? >>> ceo of seaworld will talk about what happened in that deadly attack and what changes will be made at seaworld parks around the nation. live in philadelphia, today, one of the cities in the path of this winter storm. travelers are stuck at airports, waiting for flights. more than 1,000 flights alone have been canceled at new york airports. powerful wind gusts have been reached up to 90 miles an hour off the coast of maine. the weather channel's chris warren is live in doylestown, pennsylvania, 40 miles north of here. chris, good to talk to you. you're having a rough day out there. >> reporter: you know, it's actually not too bad. the sun has come out now. we have blue sky. and this has really been the exception for what has gone on around the region and to the north. it has been really bad. we had the heavy, heavy snow, talking record snow in central park, more than 17 inches. so, we are still seeing the threat for more of this snow throughout some spots in the northeast. mainly, unfortunately, the areas that got hardest hit by th
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 5:00pm EST
and eric schmidt are standing by. >>> and in the wake of the deadly killer whale attack at seaworld in orlando. are they giant predators or performers? i needed more customers, so i got my nephew to build a website. i hired someone to make my website... five months ago. we are building a website by ourselves. announcer: there's an easier way. create your own small-business site with intuit websites. just choose a style that fits your business and customize, publish and get found in three easy steps. sweet. all from just $4.99 a month, get a 30-day free trial at intuit.com. [ male announcer ] when it comes to reaching your big milestones, and all your little mile-pebbles ameriprise financial can help. we have over ten-thousand advisors ready to listen to your dreams and help you plan for them. because the first step towards reaching what you want is reaching the person who can help you get there. our advisors. your dreams. more within reach. meet us at ameriprise.com. >> right to jack cafferty for cafferty file. >> the death at seaworld never had to happen. they are examining the pro
HLN
Feb 25, 2010 6:00am EST
jammies. horror at seaworld where a killer whale drowned its trainer. it's not the first time it's killed someone. plus -- >> they keep coming, one after another after another. >> he's talking about the newest storm. get your shovels and salt trucks ready. >>> the parents of a missing actor make an emotional plea to a son who quit taking his medicine and disappeared. >>> all right. this is the big story. a killer whale at seaworld with a violent history killed, again. he killed one of his trainers. dawn brancheau worked there for years. the wail named tilikum. >> he took off fast, came around to the glass, jumped up and grabbed the trainer by the waist. started shaking her violently. her shoe was floating. sirens immediately started. within five minutes she was in the tank. we saw the thrashing and the bubbles and him pushing her with his nose. it was so, so traumatic and all the people around. of course rksz my daughter saw it and i tried to shelter her eyes from it, but it was too late. >> how awful. you are looking at video from youtube. it's been involved in two other deadly attacks.
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 6:00am EST
company rate hikes. we have a special report. broken government ahead. >>> and at seaworld, a whale dragged a trainer to her death just after a performance. what went wrong? we'll have a marine biologist who has been studying orcas for 20 years. >>> in just a few hours, president obama will host a health care summit that will be live for the nation to see. there's almost grade school pickering going on over who invited whom, the shape of the table, and seating assignments. and all right, one senator is saying there may not be anything to discuss at all. we have ed henry live at the white house. first, we're going to head to dana bash. >> hi there, kiran. it's important political theater. important in this year's health care. a team of republicans going to the white house today, each huddle more than once to prepare their strategies for the days before the camera. make sure it gets across. >> reporter: we asked both the senate's top republican and democrat where they may agree on health care. but their answers were mostly how they disagree. >> you will not see from us a 2,700-page co
NBC
Feb 26, 2010 7:00am EST
, thanks. now to new video taken moments before wednesday's tragic death of a seaworld trainer. in a moment, we'll talk to the head trainer at the now closed park here in canada where tilly the killer whale was also involved in the death of a trainer. but first, we've got nbc's kerry sanders at seaworld with the latest on this story. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, ann. animal behavior experts are looking at many theories as to why this happened, including the possibility that this bull orca's hormones were silently raging, making his normal behavior unpredictable. veteran orca trainer dawn brancheau just minutes before her death. a tourist camera recording her playful moments with the killer whale, tilikum. minutes before the orca attacked, the tourist stopped recording. witnesses say tilikum swung around and snagged the trainer's long ponytail, pulling her under the water. >> he grabbed her by the head, and you know, very hard thrust, she went down and i screamed and she screamed and then i started yelling to the other trainer because he wasn't looking. i said "he ju
CNN
Feb 26, 2010 5:00pm EST
on. thanks a lot, mary. >>> a dret at seaworld. when should the show go on? seaworld announces when mail performances will resume after a whale kills its trainer. >>> plus a political wife begins a new chapter in a sordid affair. we're talking about gen,sanford. wait until you hear what the judge gave the wife today. >>> the senator who put a stranglehold on virtually all of the nominations for federal posts. talks to cnn in his first tv interview about it. >>> and richard shelby is not sorry. benefits at greater cost to your company insurance. this is not how does it fit in my company's budget insurance. this is help protect and care for your employees at no cost to your company insurance. with aflac, your employees pay only for the coverage they want or need. and, the cost to you - nothing at all. if all you know about us is... aflac! ...then you don't know quack. to find out why more businesses provide aflac, visit getquack.com into an incredibly strong, healthy cat.he has blossomed... his coat is incredibly shiny and soft and very thick. everybody thinks he's the most handsome c
CBS
Feb 26, 2010 4:30am EST
ahead on the "morning news," there are new details in that deadly whale attack at seaworld. >>> plus, total recall. a california town gets hit hard by toyota's plummeting sales. first katie couric has a review of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> it's supposed to help disabled veterans get the training they need to go back to work. but as cbs news investigation found a story of kens and bureaucratic delays. what's really happening inside the va.? tonight only on the "cbs evening news." ♪ mmm... hot fudge sundae. ♪ ooh! frosted blueberry?!? ♪ over 25 flavors of kellogg's pop-tarts®. and they're all for fun and fun for all. pop-tarts®. made for fun™. ( sneezing ) i didn't take zicam cold remedy... but i did. can you do it by 3:00 ? yes, i can-- how about 2:00 ? hmm... get over your cold faster. to get more of the fiber you need every day, try fiberchoice. with the natural fiber found in fruits and vegetables and 33% more fiber per serving than benefiber. fiberchoice, the smart choice for the most fiber. is that little cup really enough? try it!! [ female announcer ] when some
ABC
Feb 24, 2010 11:00pm EST
for issuing his opinion. >>> horror in seaworld in orlando, an orca kills a trainer. >>> and when we last reported the name circuit city it was about store closing but now word of in ne retailer and new jobs moving in. >>> these winter warnings all up and down the east coast, including most of maryland. talk about this developing storm on the other side of this break. when it comes to dance partners, working together is a thing of beauty. (sniff) you have to be in sync every step of the way. like the incredible scent of gain detergent and fabric softener. (sniff) the key is staying focused. ah! (thud) magnifico! carlos... the incredible matching scents of gain detergents and fabric softeners. whatever you record here you can watch in up to six different rooms. if you record hockey... ...you can watch it in the basement. yes! in the bedroom?g yes! or ice dancing in the kitchen. yes! ♪ i'm not sure why i said yes... that's -- that was weird. [ male announcer ] the amazing multi-room dvr your whole family will love and three times more very satisfied customers than comcast. call the verizo
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 6:43pm EST
. the first one was in a marine life park and not at seaworld, but in another marine life park he came from and two other killer whales with him. this trainer fell in the water and the three of them played with the trainer, and she eventually drowned in cold water. the second time was in 1999 when we had somebody a homeless person sleeping in the park and stayed in the park and waited for everyone to be gone and tried to go swimming in the pool, and the next morning we came in and we found out that the man had died to hypothermia, so to assume that he killed these individuals is wrong, because we are not sure about those things and i don't think that those situations are any closely related with what just happened, but, taking that into consideration, we recognize that he is different based on those incidents and the fact he is a very large animal. he is 12,000 pounds. we don't get in the water with tilikum, and we work him from dry deck and that is what dawn was doing, out of the water working him when the incident occurred. we knew he was a special animal and we treated him very, very spe
FOX News
Feb 24, 2010 3:00pm EST
into the tank at the shamu stadium and a female trainer is dead at seaworld. updates as we get specifics through the hour. >>> now to the war in afghanistan. the parallel war across the border in pakistan. officials in the united states and pakistan are apparently trying to build a stronger intelligence or stronger intelligence in the region to defeat taliban and al qaeda. meanwhile militants are trying to stop the flow of information with attacks like one reported in a lawless area today. accounts out of northwest waziristan indicate two dead people turned up riddled with bullets, wearing notes that accused them of spying for the united states. on the same day in the same region, intelligence officials say a c.i.a. drone killed at least four militants. the day serves as a microcosm of what is going on in the lawless waziristan region. the united states and pakistan captured or killed militants with the help of people willing to supply information and taliban tries to scare those people away. robert young pellton is a author and filmmaker and our noted guest here. thank you, it's nice to talk to
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2010 9:00am EST
. >> and what happened during the terrible accident at seaworld? it's february 25, 2010, summit day. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm chuck "summit fever" todd. we have less than an hour before what the white house hopes is the last summit on this issue. we have a preview this morning. how many members, what time does it start? who's speaking? is there anything unscripted? >> you put your finger on it, chuck. summit fever. cameras, traffic shut down. we haven't seen this since mikhail gorbachev was here. 39 members of congress, republicans and democrats, the vice president, a couple cabinet secretaries, all settled around a table, a presum is mitt breakthrough. they agreed on the size of the table. it will be hollow in the middle. president obama will be on one side and they will break it into four areas -- controlling costs. the president will make an op opening statement, a republican rebuttal or response. insurance reforms, introduced by secretary is sebelius. the vice president will kick off with reducing the deficit, and expanding coverage. this is expected to last six hours, chuck. t
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